Chiropractic Documentation Class Part 2

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Chiropractic Documentation Class, Part 2
Dr. Ron Short, DC, MCS-P, CPC, CPCO

chiromedicare@gmail.com
4 hours of Documentation $60.00 $49.00

Objective: To teach the doctor how to properly document the patient encounter in such a manner as to effectively convey the patient’s subjective problems, the doctor’s objective observations, the doctor’s assessment including the doctor’s rationale, and the plan of care for the patient.

Timeline:

Hour 5:  Hour 5 contains the following:               

  • Review of Quiz Answers
  • The Objective Element of Documentation
    • Determination of the Presence of Subluxations
    • Contraindications to Adjusting
    • The Re-examination
    • Medicare
    • Treatment Visit Objective Element
    • Proving Medical Necessity in the Objective Element
  • The Assessment Element of Documentation
    • Complicating Factors
    • Factors that Would Indicate Chronicity
    • Hierarchy of Diagnoses

Hour 6:  Hour 6 contains the following:               

  • Review of Quiz Answers
  • The Assessment Element of Documentation
    • The Re-examination
    • Medicare
    • Treatment Visit Assessment Element
    • Proving Medical Necessity in the Assessment Element
  • The Plan Element of Documentation
    • The Re-examination
    • Medicare
    • Treatment Visit Plan Element
    • Proving Medical Necessity in the Plan    Element
  • Maintenance Care
    • The Re-examination
    • Medicare
      • The ABN

Hour 7:  Hour 7 contains the following:              

  • Review of Quiz Answers
  • Maintenance Care
    • Medicare
      • The ABN

Hour 8:  Hour 8 contains the following:               

  • Review of Quiz Answers
  • Maintenance Care
    • Medicare
      • The ABN
  • Documenting the Treatment Visit
    • History
    • Physical Exam
    • Documentation of Treatment Given on Day of Visit
  • Signatures
  • Correcting Errors

Approved For Continuing Education Credit in Illinois, Kansas, and Missouri.
PACE courses are accepted for Continuing Education Credit by The State Boards of Alaska, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming. The State Board of Colorado does not pre-approve courses, but this class meets the criteria set forth by their respective boards.

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Travis Fisher
Posted 4 months ago
Good Info!!!

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Don Handly
Posted 4 months ago
clear, concise and up to date information

Lack of printed notes. Some information is outdated. Not information dealing with electronic notes.

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drjason
Posted 6 months ago
Great for CEs! Thanks, from Virginia

Great for CEs! Thanks, from Virginia

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Nebojsa616
Posted 12 months ago
Informative

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bacdoc2013
Posted 12 months ago
great content

the other presenters should format their information in the same as dr. short

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Don Cowart
Posted 1 year ago
ABN or Bust

Detailed info clearly stated

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DR. JOHN W. ADAMS
Posted 1 year ago
The correct format and progression of the Medicare format

The course was concise and organized in its presentation of how to navigate all of the paperwork and hoops associated with Medicare

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Thomas Green
Posted 1 year ago
easy to understand

Nice to know of any new changes

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